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Tinsukia Bengali people register protest against CAA

By Correspondent

DOOMDOOMA, Dec 24 - The Bengali-speaking people of Tinsukia also joined in the ongoing anti-CAA movement of the State. Under the banner of Asomiya Bangali Samaj, Tinsukia thousands of Bengali people brought out a protest rally in Tinsukia town on Sunday and raised the demand of repealing the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019. Later, a protest meeting was held at Tamulbari Field where the speakers vehemently opposed CAA.

On the other hand, with demands for repeal of CAA, ST status to the Moran community and to issue PRC to Moran community people living in Arunachal Pradesh, Kakopothar, Dirak and Lekang units of All Moran Students� Union (AMSU) in collaboration with various other ethnic organisations and public of Kakopothar area held a huge protest rally at Kakopothar Public Playground on Monday. Addressing the gathering of over 5000 people, AASU vice-president Chittaranjan Basumatary, AMSU secretary Naba Moran, Asom Moran Sabha president Dharmendra Neog and advocate Upamanyu Hazarika vehemently opposed the CAA.

Meanwhile, the ongoing annual examinations and HSLC Test Examination in Tinsukia district which were postponed w.e.f. December 12 due to the current situation began again on Tuesday morning.

Women stage protest at Saikhowa, Curfew lifted from Tinsukia district: Protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 are continuing in Doomdooma circle. Today, under the banner of Saikhowa Regional Committee of AASU, hundreds of women from different walks of life staged a three-hours sit-in-strike at Saikhowa against this controversial Act.

The Doomdooma branch of the Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association (ATTSA) today brought out a bike rally in Doomdooma demanding the repeal of CAA.

On the other hand, the traders of Kakopothar also staged a sit-in protest against CAA at Kakopothar Daily Market today.

The women of Rupai Siding here are continuing their protest against CAA. Today too, a large number of women staged a sit-in-strike in front of Doomdooma Revenue Circle Office.

The Doomdooma branch of Bir Lachit Sena today submitted a memorandum to the Officer-in-charge of Doomdooma PS demanding unconditional release of Bir Lachit Sena leader Shrinkhal Chaliha, KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi and all who were arrested during the anti-CAA movement in the State.

Meanwhile, in view of the improving law-and-order situation in the district, the Tinsukia district administration has withdrawn curfew from the district from Tuesday evening after 14 days until further orders.

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Tinsukia Bengali people register protest against CAA

DOOMDOOMA, Dec 24 - The Bengali-speaking people of Tinsukia also joined in the ongoing anti-CAA movement of the State. Under the banner of Asomiya Bangali Samaj, Tinsukia thousands of Bengali people brought out a protest rally in Tinsukia town on Sunday and raised the demand of repealing the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019. Later, a protest meeting was held at Tamulbari Field where the speakers vehemently opposed CAA.

On the other hand, with demands for repeal of CAA, ST status to the Moran community and to issue PRC to Moran community people living in Arunachal Pradesh, Kakopothar, Dirak and Lekang units of All Moran Students� Union (AMSU) in collaboration with various other ethnic organisations and public of Kakopothar area held a huge protest rally at Kakopothar Public Playground on Monday. Addressing the gathering of over 5000 people, AASU vice-president Chittaranjan Basumatary, AMSU secretary Naba Moran, Asom Moran Sabha president Dharmendra Neog and advocate Upamanyu Hazarika vehemently opposed the CAA.

Meanwhile, the ongoing annual examinations and HSLC Test Examination in Tinsukia district which were postponed w.e.f. December 12 due to the current situation began again on Tuesday morning.

Women stage protest at Saikhowa, Curfew lifted from Tinsukia district: Protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 are continuing in Doomdooma circle. Today, under the banner of Saikhowa Regional Committee of AASU, hundreds of women from different walks of life staged a three-hours sit-in-strike at Saikhowa against this controversial Act.

The Doomdooma branch of the Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association (ATTSA) today brought out a bike rally in Doomdooma demanding the repeal of CAA.

On the other hand, the traders of Kakopothar also staged a sit-in protest against CAA at Kakopothar Daily Market today.

The women of Rupai Siding here are continuing their protest against CAA. Today too, a large number of women staged a sit-in-strike in front of Doomdooma Revenue Circle Office.

The Doomdooma branch of Bir Lachit Sena today submitted a memorandum to the Officer-in-charge of Doomdooma PS demanding unconditional release of Bir Lachit Sena leader Shrinkhal Chaliha, KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi and all who were arrested during the anti-CAA movement in the State.

Meanwhile, in view of the improving law-and-order situation in the district, the Tinsukia district administration has withdrawn curfew from the district from Tuesday evening after 14 days until further orders.